Bluetooth® audio allows you to play music wirelessly through your vehicle’s audio system using a compatible, Bluetooth®-equipped device that has been paired with the system.
Click here to see if your Bluetooth®-equipped device is compatible.
Click here for instructions on pairing your compatible device with your vehicle.
When your paired phone is in the vehicle and turned on, you can make and answer calls without touching your phone. Just follow these simple commands and the system will walk you through the rest of the commands with ease.
At any time you may press the TALK button and after the beep say:
Functions and options using voice recognition:
The system uses your device’s cell service, so the same level of performance will apply. For example, if you experience static on your smartphone due to low signal strength, then you will also experience static using voice recognition.
To access help for using voice recognition:
To access voice recognition tutorials:
The battery performance of your cell device depends on many factors, including the features and settings you use. Utilizing the Bluetooth® feature in some devices may drain the device’s battery more quickly. To preserve battery strength, turn Bluetooth off when you are not using it.
Yes. Tilt or turn the commander knob and move the cursor to the desired icon for play, pause, forward or skip. Press the commander knob to select the desired icon.
Audio quality will vary by device, network and music files.
Yes, you can listen to an iPod or other compatible portable audio player through your vehicle’s speakers using the USB mode or by connecting it to the AUX (auxiliary jack) with an aftermarket cable.
This may be due to an improperly adjusted volume control setting on the cell phone or audio device. For best performance when using Bluetooth, first adjust the volume level on your cell phone or audio device to the highest possible level before distortion starts, then adjust the volume on the audio system.
Some vehicles exhibit low volume when using Bluetooth. This requires the audio volume to be turned unusually high to achieve normal listening levels. When you’re finished using Bluetooth, reduce the volume level again because the audio system re-engages and high volumes can occur on other modes including tuner or auxiliary.
You can import up to 1,000 contacts from your connected phone via Bluetooth, including address and image, when applicable.
After updating the operating system of your mobile device (such as Windows, Android or iOS), pairing information may be invalidated. If this occurs, follow the pairing procedure to add it again.
Delete the Yaris Sedan Infotainment system from the Bluetooth menu on your phone and delete your phone from the Bluetooth menu on the Yaris Sedan Infotainment system. Follow appropriate procedures to connect or pair your phone.
Speak in a normal voice, not too fast, too slow, or too loud. When speaking a contact’s name, speak in a fluid manner. Do not pause between first and last names.
This is the normal operation of the iPhone and it is not affected by the Bluetooth connection to the Yaris Sedan Infotainment system. The album or playlist will have to be manually selected to continue playing it.
The Bluetooth profile AVRCP 1.3 or higher is required on both the vehicle and the device to support displaying the information in the vehicle. In this case, the vehicle supports the profile but the devices do not. Therefore the device is not sending the song/artist information to be displayed.
– Available as an accessory SD card.
Your username is the login name you entered during the registration process, when you created your user account. You can also use your email address as a username. Alternatively, you can use our “Forgot Username or Password” page to recover your username.
If you forgot your username, you can also use your email address as a username. Alternatively, use our “Forgot Username or Password” page to recover your username and/or password.
GPS navigation helps you find the most efficient routes to your destinations, saving you time, fuel and money. Your Yaris Sedan Infotainment available navigation system gives you more than just directions from point A to point B, it helps you to find the things you need, such as the nearest car park, hotel, fuel station or restaurant. For peace of mind, your available navigation system can pinpoint your exact location should you need roadside assistance.
The Yaris Sedan Infotainment available navigation system is designed to meet safety regulations and automotive specifications. The unit links to vehicle electronics, such as the speed sensor and gyro sensor, to provide dead reckoning when the GPS signal is lost, thus keeping you on track. The screen size and quality is optimized for viewing and is also ergonomically positioned on the dashboard to ensure minimal driver distraction. Combined with all other multimedia functions, in-dash available navigation enables a more comfortable driving experience.
Perform the following steps: